Jeff Krell has a new book pubbing today, Jayson Gets a Job! Knowing Jayson as I do, I told Jeff this was a frightening prospect. He agreed but said it was his way to explore the current economic situation.
David Reddish wrote a novel, Sex, Drugs & Superheroes: A Savage Journey Into a Wretched Hive of Scum and Supervillainy (The Comic-Con Chronicles). The book is said to follow four characters through San Diego's 2008 con: protagonist Liquin Sonos; first-time attendee Kate; socially inept would-be animator Windsor; and the flamboyant talent agent Brigham.
If you wanted to attend Saturday's panel on gay marriage in comics, you had to get there early. The super crazy crowded session turned away loads of dudes and a few girls. David Stanley got in and filed this report, with photos.
Prism Comics had the best handout. The LGBT nonprofit celebrates their 10th anniversary next April. Support them now.
The 68 year-old Scottish actor Ian McDiarmid charges $125 to sign his autograph, and for that price you are not allowed to take his photo. Carrie Fisher does it for $60. Lou Ferrigno, Sean Astin, and Tom Felton each charge $40.
If you wear a Team Kevin t-shirt, hetero geeks will think you like the Archies.
If your partner goes as Daily Planet editor-in-chief Perry White, he will get a lot of play.